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A word needs to be said about basic units or standards, considered as

independent quantities, and derived units or standards, which are

magnitude and dimension through theory and experiment in terms of the basic

units.

A word needs to be said about basic units or standards, considered as

independent quantities, and derived units or standards, which are

**defined**in bothmagnitude and dimension through theory and experiment in terms of the basic

units.

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The electric field E is a derived quantity, customarily

unit charge. A more general

numerically proportional to the force per unit charge, with a proportionality

constant which ...

The electric field E is a derived quantity, customarily

**defined**to be the force perunit charge. A more general

**definition**would be that the electric field benumerically proportional to the force per unit charge, with a proportionality

constant which ...

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Macroscopic equations, derivation of, for time-varying fields, 194 Macroscopic

fields,

161, 167 Magnetic dipole, see Dipole fields, Di- pole moment Magnetic field H, ...

Macroscopic equations, derivation of, for time-varying fields, 194 Macroscopic

fields,

**definition**of B and H, 153**definition**of E and D, 108 Magnet, permanent,161, 167 Magnetic dipole, see Dipole fields, Di- pole moment Magnetic field H, ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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